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Enabling New Relic in a Bluemix node application

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I just posted an entry on my personal blog titled “enabling New Relic in a Cloud Foundry node application”, which walks through enabling a node.js application with the New Relic monitoring service.  

As this enablement is generic to Cloud Foundry, it will of course work with Bluemix, and I’ve enabled one of my Bluemix apps – node-stuff – to make use of it.

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